• Iwc1 Literature, Arts and Humanities
    IWC1 Test 1.02 Module Pre-Test Question 1: Multiple Choice The historical revival of Classical culture began during the: a) Middle Ages b) Renaissance c) Baroque Era d) Romantic Era Feedback: The correct answer is b. The historical revival of Classical culture began during the Renaissa...
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  • Arts and Humanities Questions
    1.) Structurally, Dante’s divisions of the 3 stories Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven, each with 9 (32) places (Heaven: 7 planets+2, Hell 9 levels, Purgatory: 7 sins +2), the 3 lined stanzas, 33 cantos, relate to Chartres Cathedral’s use of 3s in the architecture. Thematically, Dante’s stories are...
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  • Liberal Arts
    Although some might argue that learning can be a comfort for our souls, and a tranquilizer for our ailing body, yet learning is always coupled with progress, improvement and productivity. Learning is a means and a tool by which we try to better ourselves and others, which eventually manifest itself...
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  • Management as Liberal Arts
    Management as Liberal Art Karen E Linletter and Joseph A. Marciariello Source: “Chapter 1, The Drucker Difference, What the World's Greatest Management Thinker Means to Today's Business Leaders”, Graig L. Pearce, Joseph A. Marciariello, Hideki Yamawaki (Editors), Mc Graw-Hill 2010 Definiti...
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  • Insight Into Liberal Arts Education in Business Schools: a Literature Review
    Insight Into Liberal Arts Education in Business Schools: A Literature Review BUSI 610 December 17, 2011 Abstract This literature review directly addresses the growing debate as to the integration of liberal arts studies into a business degree program. This paper will look at the histor...
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  • Purpose of Evaluating Customer Service Policies
    Manual on Module II Introduction to Hospitality By Authors Mr Murray Mackenzie School of Hotel & Tourism Management The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Dr Benny Chan Hong Kong Community College The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Consultant Mr Tony Tse School of Hotel & To...
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  • Humanities of Hamlet
    The Humanities, Vocationalism and the Public Good: Exploring ‘the Hamlet Factor’ Laurence Wright The humanities, like most academic disciplines, face questions of popular and public perception. The sciences, for instance, increasingly attract challenges, sometimes of dubious validity, from pas...
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  • Humanities
    Day S. Cody, MIT* PSU Lingayen Campus Lingayen www.psu.ph ETYMOLOGY It came from the Latin word “humanus” which means refined, culture and human Refined - Norms, being civilize, and socialize Cultured - Adaptation to environment (social interaction, norms) Human - Having the nat...
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  • The Power of Language Arts
    Akilah Prescott English 1101 In-Class Essay June 5, 2013 Dr. Metts The Power of Language Arts The entrance of language starts as early as the baby growing in their mother’s womb. Mothers utter out phrases or even conversations, introducing the baby to language although the baby cannot begi...
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  • Humanities
    INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES Lecture 1 – OVERVIEW ON HUMANITIES 1. Meaning of Humanities 1.1. 1.2. Humanus – Humanitas – Human, Humanity – it refers to the quality of being a human; huma, civilized, cultured) Branch of Learning – it refers to the study of the arts. As a study, its material o...
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  • Introduction to Humanities
    Humanities – are academic disciplines that study the human condition, are academic disciplines that study human culture, using methods that are primarily analytical, critical, orspeculative, and having a significant historical element, as distinguished from the mainly empirical approaches...
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    HUMANITIES: What is it? •The term Humanities comes from the Latin word, “humanitas” •It generally refers to art, literature, music, architecture, dance and the theatre—in which human subjectivity is emphasized and individual expressiveness is dramatized. HOW IMPORTANT IS HUMANITIES...
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  • Structure and Functions of Education
    STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS OF EDUCATION 1. Introduction: Education is a lifelong process. It begins the day we are born and ends the day we day we die. Found in every society, it comes in many forms ranging from the “school of hard knocks” or learning by experience to formal...
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